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Crystal Report on 4x6 label starts printing at bottom

Posted on 2014-02-27
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I have a crystal report with the paper set to 4x6 (to print on a label).  When it previews the data is at the top of the screen, but when it prints on my Zebra printer, the whole report is placed on the bottom of the 4x6 label.  

How can I get this to print at the top of the 4x6 label?
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When you preview do you have the Zebra printer selected or better yet set as the default printer?

Do you have the printer margins set to 0?

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The preview with the Zebra printer looks ok.  I will try setting the margins to 0 on Monday and let you know.
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